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547

Muir, Sir William, i. 506, 521, 539-541 ;

ii. i footnote ; 3, 10, 20, 27
Muizzi, Amir (poet), ii. 139-140
Muizz-u-Dola, Buwayhid Prince, ii, 94
Mukaddasi (Moslem geographer), i. 48 ;

ii. 76, 77

Mukhtar, agent of the Hanifite, ii. 50, 51
Muktadi, Caliph, ii. in
Muktafi, Caliph, ii. 125
Multan, i. 2965 ii. 53, 87, 157, 208
Mundhir, of Hira;   sacrifice of nuns, i.

482 5 ii. 4 footnote

Muntassir, son of Mutawakkil, ii. 83
Murad, Ali, Zand, ii. 377, 378 ; reign of,

379
Murad Mirxa.) Sultan, Persian Prince, ii.

443, 462

Murad, " White Sheep " dynasty, ii. 241
Murad  IV., Sultan of Turkey, ii. 298,

299» 327» 363

Murchakhar, Afghans defeated at, ii. 333
Murghab, River, ii. 211, 243
Murray, Mr., ii. 451

Murshid Kuli Khan, Ustajlu, ii. 256, 257
Murtaza Kuli, Kajar, ii. 386, 390
Muru (Margiana), i. 101
Musa, known as Kazim, son of Jafar-as-

Sadik, ii. 87, 240
Musa, elder son of Mehdi, better known

as Hadi, q.v.
Musa, Queen, i. 396, 403
Musab, brother of Ibn Zobayr, ii. 51
Musa ibn Khazim 5 rebellion of, ii. 52
Musallah Hill, i. 126
Musandam, Cape, i. 26 ; ii. 271
Musil, A., Austrian traveller, ii. 293
Muslim (cousin of Husayn), ii. 41
Mustafa (Turkish general), ii. 222
Mustali, ruler of Cairo, ii. 109
Mustansir (Fatimite Caliph), ii. 109
Mustarshid, Caliph, ii. 125
Mustasim Billah, last Caliph of Baghdad,

ii. 173

Muta, Battle of, ii. 18-19 ; 27
Mutawakkil, Caliph, ii. 78 ; reign of, 82 ;

murder of, 83 ; 84
Mutazila sect, the, ii. 77-78, 82
Muzaffar, Amir, ii. 195
Muzaffar Dynasty, ii. 194, 195, 204, 206,

207
MuzafFar-u-Din, Kajar  Shah;   financial

difficulties,  ii.  480;   4.85, 500, 504;

visit to England, 505
Mycale, Battle of, i. 223, 227
Mysia, i, 159, 237

Nabonidus, cylinder of, i. 1515 152, 153,

154, 160, 161, 171
Nabopolassar (Governor of Babylon), i.

13*, 133, 134

Nabu-natsir, King of Babylonia, i. 84, 88
Nad Ali (Zirireh), ii. 202

Nadir Mirxa, ii. 386, 394; execution of,
400-401
Nadir Shah 5 joins Shah Tahmasp, ii. 331;
conquest of Khorasan, 331-332 j cam-
paigns against the Afghans, 332-335 5
rise to the throne and career of, 339-
369; 388, 389, 393,456
Nahavand, Battle of, i. 542-543, 544 ; ii.
37, S*i 59
Nahavand, Mount, i. 43
Nahr-ul-Kalb, Beirut, i. 87
Nahrwan CanaŁ i. 526
Nahum, Book of, i. 130, 131
Naiband, ii. 184
Naimans, the (Christian tribe), ii. 148
Nairi, the, ancient inhabitants of Armenia,
i. 361
Najaf, ii. 46, 94, 235, 263
Najm, Mir, Persian general, ii. 244
Nakd Ali  Beg, Persian envoy, ii. 264,
282
Nakhshab, ii, 154
Naki, Ali, Zand, ii. 378
Naksh-i-Rustam,  bas-reliefs  at,  i.  511-
513
Namat Ulla, Shah, ii. 238
Namri (the modern Kurdistan), i. 122
Nana, goddess, i. 74; statue of, 94, 96 ;
restored to Erach, 97
Napoleon Buonaparte; on the Battle of
Arbela, i. 277 ; Indian projects, ii. 397,
398, 401, 402, 403, 414.
Naram-Sin, stele of, i. 54-55, 71, 82
Nardin, i. 284 ; ii. 185
Narmashir, i.  3385  ii. 124, 312, 314;
Afghans expelled from, 401
Narses,    Sasanian    monarch,    campaign
against Rome, i. 441; defeat of, 44.1-
443 5 4-57, 460
Narses (Roman general), i. 520, 521
Nasa, district of, vide Nisa
Nasir L, ruler of Baluchistan, ii. 388, 465
Nasir, Caliph, ii. 125, 127,  150,  159 ;
Jalal-u-Din's campaign against,  165 ;
172
Nasiri, town of, i. 48
Nasir-i-Khusru, ii. 109; career of, 136 5
288
Nasir-u-Din, Kajar  Shah,  i.  187, 486
footnote ; ii. 137 footnote* 227 ; accession
of, 441 ; 448, 45°, 476 5 assassination
and character, 478-479 ; 485, 501, 502,
5°3> 5°4
Nasr, Governor of Khorasan, ii, 57 ; de-
feat of, 58
Nasr, son of Ahmad, ii. 88; death of, 89,
132
Nasr IL, Samanid Prince, reign oŁ ii.
90,92
Nasrulla, Zoroastrian leader, u. 325
Nasrulla Khan, wm of Nadir Shah, ii.
355-356